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Blueberry Extract 4:1 Powder

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Blueberry Extract 4:1 Powder

Key Features

  • Extract in 4:1 ratio
  • High antioxidant content
  • Promotes circulatory health
  • Taste

  • Mixability

This blueberry extract is taken out at a 4:1 ratio, meaning that for every four parts of blueberry, one part is extracted, making this a highly concentrated solution. Blueberries are noted for their high antioxidant content.


Serving Size & Timing

Take 800 milligrams (rounded 1/3 tsp) once or twice daily, or as directed by a physician. Best taken with a meal.

Nutritional Information

Supplement Facts

Serving size: 800 milligrams
Serving per container: *
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value**
Blueberry Extract (4:1) (Vaccinium cyanococcus) (fruit)… 800mg *
* Daily Value not established.
** Based on 2,000 calorie diet


Sugar, soy, dairy, yeast, gluten, corn and additives.

As a dietary supplement, take 800 mg (1/3 tsp) once or twice daily with a meal, or as directed by a physician.

US Standard Measuring Spoons
Spoon Size(level) milligrams
1/3 teaspoon 800
2/3 teaspoon 1600
1 teaspoon 2400



There are no fillers of any kind present in this solution.


Provided the recommended amounts are adhered to, Blueberry Extract is safe to take. However, because blueberries have the ability to lower blood sugar, diabetics should consult with a physician before supplementation.

Although this product is likely safe for pregnant or nursing women, it is still recommended to first speak with a physician about regular supplementation.

Customer Reviews

Found My Thrill With A Blueberry Pill
It's been several years since I first heard about the super antioxidant properties of blueberries. I tried drinking pure blueberry juice and eating the fresh or frozen fruit but I wasn't consistent. So when I saw that it was available here in bulk, I was thrilled. Since I make my own capsules for other supplements the bulk extract fit perfectly into my routine. The product arrived very quickly. The powder packed into #0 capsules just fine. It is very dark and appears to be super concentrated. I made about 100 capsules and still have plenty left to make a lot more. I haven't done the math but I think it's a bargain. It does get sticky fairly easily which makes sense since it's a fruit so because of that I had to clean the capsule machine regularly. But that was no big deal. Now I can take my blueberries every day along with my other stuff. I'm thrilled!*

On 9/24/2016 Gary said...

Love This Stuff
I just received the blueberry powder and put some in a drink with a few other ingredients. It dissolves easily and tastes great. I am very pleased.*

On 8/18/2016 Renee said...

Great For Smoothies
This blueberry is very potent and of high quality. Mixes very good into oatmeal and smoothies. Probably much cheaper than buying fresh or frozen - I will order again soon.*

On 7/5/2016 Bruce said...

Blueberry Extract
I love this blueberry extract powder! It is an easy way to get this food daily and is fast to add to your power drink. It tastes good and is highly beneficial. Watch out for spillage as it is very dark color!*

On 6/9/2016 Kathleen said...

Berry nice
Have had no trouble mixing this with other ingredients for a berry flavored shake. Plays nice with others. Zero digestive issues. The two most active constituents found in blueberries are anthocyanins and pterostilbene. Blueberry anthocyanins are considered one of nature’s most potent antioxidants. Pterostilbene is the other blueberry constituent that helps maintain healthy lipid and glucose levels that are already within healthy ranges. Will definitely re-order when I exhaust current supply.*

On 5/22/2016 Brian said...

Blueberry 4:1
I am happy to review Blueberry 4:1 in exchange for sample product. My main interest is in adding antioxidants to my diet in simple ways and using the Blueberry 4:1 is one of them. I add the powder to smoothies and plain yogurt (adding a little Stevia for sweetness) The powder is a bit grainy by itself, however, mixed in with other ingredients, blends nicely. I've read that the ORAC values in fresh blueberries range from 4,669-6,552. I am curious as to the ORAC values in this product, since it is concentrated. I keep my product in the fridge to preserve the benefits of blueberry. *

On 5/12/2016 Evelyn said...

Blueberry ingestion improves natural killer cell counts, oxidative stress, and inflammation prior to and after 2.5 h of running
The following is a list of clinical trials, most double-blinded and placebo-controlled, recorded at the National Medical Library, MEDLINE, as abstracted by GreenMedInfo for blueberry:

1. Blueberry ingestion improves natural killer cell counts, oxidative stress, and inflammation prior to and after 2.5 h of running.
2. A multi-nutrient mixture of vitamin C, vitamin E, carotenoids, selenium, zinc, amino acids and glycosaminoglycans, blueberry extract and pycnogenol improves visible signs of ageing in women 45-73 years of age.
3. A topical product containing C-xyloside and blueberry extract improves the appearance of type II diabetic skin.
4. Antioxidants (propolis, blueberry, vitamin E) may have value in Peyronie's disease.
5. Bifidobacteria longum subsp. infantis cell concentration was observed in the feces of volunteers after the wild blueberry drink treatment.
6. Bioactives in blueberries improve insulin sensitivity in obese, insulin-resistant men and women.
7. Blueberries decrease cardiovascular risk factors in obese men and women with metabolic syndrome.
8. A higher dietary intake of anthocyanins was associated with an attenuation of lung function decline.
9. Blueberry leaf extract reduces fasting glucose, C-reactive protein and plasma aminotransferases in patients with diabetes type 2.
10. Higher intake of flavonoids, particularly from berries, appears to reduce rates of cognitive decline in older adults.
11. Improvements in delayed recall found in this pilot study suggest that, following acute flavonoid-rich blueberry drink helped school-aged children encode memory items more effectively.
12. Intake of the ProVince dietary supplement could improve the control of intraocular pressure, particularly in patients with ocular hypertension.
13. Just three servings weekly of blueberries or strawberries reduced the risk of heart attack in middle aged women by 33% compared to those eating berries once monthly or less in what seems to be an intake dependant manner.
14. The present work emphasizes the potential of berries in chemoprevention, especially CRC [colorectal cancer] chemoprevention.
15. "Suppression of Wnt1-induced mammary tumor growth and lower serum insulin in offspring exposed to maternal blueberry diet suggest early dietary influence on developmental programming."
16. A blueberry extract showed an important cardioprotective effect by the improvements in the serum lipid profile and antioxidant system.
17. A combination of blueberry, green tea and carnosine have a neuritogenic, and stem-cell regenerative effects in an animal model of neurodegenerative disease.
18. A enriched extract of blueberry anthocyanins protected against cyclophosphamide induced lung damage.
19. An alcohol-free fermented blueberry and blackberry beverage extract attenuates diet-induced obesity and blood glucose in mice.
20. An enriched blueberry anthocyanin extract attenuated the cyclophosphamide induced cardiac injury.
21. Anthocyanins in aged blueberry-fed rats are found centrally and may enhance memory.
22. Berries and ellagic acid prevent estrogen-induced mammary tumorigenesis by modulating enzymes of estrogen metabolism.
23. Berry fruits presented antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities in vitro and in vivo.
24. Biotransformed (fermented) blueberry juice exhibits antiobesity and antidiabetic in mice.
25. Blueberries have a beneficial effect in an experimental animal model of multiple sclerosis.
26. Blueberries were effective in decreasing development of DEN-induced hepatic cirrhosis and preneoplastic lesions in rats.
27. Blueberry anthocyanins attenuated perfluorooctanoic acid induced toxicity.
28. Blueberry anthocyanins might alter body weight by suppressing fatty acid synthesis and alleviating inflammation.
29. Blueberry anthocyanins significantly ameliorated radiation-induced lung inflammation, lung collagen deposition, apoptosis and PKR expression and activation.
30. Blueberry attenuates microglial activation in the brain suggesting it may attenuate age-induced inflammation.
31. Blueberry can induce HSC-T6 apoptosis by down-regulating Bcl-2 expression and decreasing the ratio of Bcl-2/Bax.
32. Blueberry consumption inhibits angiogenic tumor growth and enhances the survival of mice with hemangioendothelioma.
33. Blueberry consumption may have a positive effect on blood pressure through the modulation of arterial contraction.
34. Blueberry contains water soluble compounds that have protective effects against oxidative damage.
35. Blueberry diets in early life prevent senescence of osteoblasts and bone loss in ovariectomized adult female rats.
36. Blueberry exhibits cardioprotective properties in an animal model.
37. Blueberry extract had a preventive and therapeutic effect against DSS-induced ulcerative colitis in mice.
38. Blueberry extract prolongs lifespan of the fruit fly.
39. Blueberry extracts possessed antioxidant properties that could help protect ovarian tissue from cadmium toxicity.
40. Blueberry has a protective effect in an experimental model of inflammatory bowel disease.
41. Blueberry inhibits the growth and metastatic potential of triple negative breast cancer in vitro and in vivo.
42. Blueberry juice has potent vasorelaxant properties, and thus may be a useful dietary agent for the prevention and treatment of hypertension.
43. Blueberry leaf extract and its bioactive polyphenols can help prevent cataractogenesis by their strong antioxidant and chelating properties.
44. Blueberry polyphenolic compounds prevent oleic acid-induced fatty liver in vitro.
45. Blueberry prevents chemically-induced hepatic fibrosis in rats.
46. Blueberry suppresses the growth and metastasis of triple negative breast tumors in animals.
47. Blueberry, black raspberry and ellagic acid significantly reduce tumor volume and multiplicity in estrogen-induced mammary carcinogenesis.
48. Dietary intake of pterostilbene, a constituent of blueberries, inhibits colon carcinogenesis in rats.
49. Dietary supplementation with blueberry, spinach, or strawberry reverses age-related declines in neuronal signal transduction, cognitive, and motor behavioral deficits.
50. Edible berries and wild blueberry demonstrate anti-angiogenic properties in a model of hemangioma.
51. Long term blueberry consumption protects lymphocytes against oxidative damage.
52. Mice experienced a significant improvements in cognitive function, biochemical and histological indicators of AD after consuming a nutrient mix for up to 7 months.
53. Pinostilbene is a major colonic metabolite of pterostilbene which significantly inhibited the growth of human colon cancer cells.
54. Polyphenol enrichment of a blueberry preparation by fermentation increases its chemopreventive potential.
55. Polyphenols potentiate dietary restriction-induced lifespan extension.
56. Pretreatment with a blueberry anthocyanin extract inhibited ROS formation, and prevented the successive events associated with the mitochondrial damage and dysfunction.
57. Pterostilbene dose and time dependently exerts a neuroprotective effect against acute cerebral ischemia/reperfusion injury.
58. Supplementation with polyphenols could be an efficient nutritional way to prevent age-induced cognitive decline.
59. Whole blueberry intake reduced phenotypes of metabolic syndrome in obesity-prone rats.
60. Wild blueberry full spectrum powder significantly contributed to an improvement of spatial and working memory versus untreated aged mice.
61. "Blueberry anthocyanins: protection against ageing and light-induced damage in retinal pigment epithelial cells."
62. A blackberry anthocyanin rich extract exhibited the most significant inhibitory effect on triglyceride clearance and reactive oxygen species generation.
63. A nutraceutical formulation with spirulina may help protect the stem progenitor cells from insults.
64. A polyphenolic-rich blueberry extract can inhibit Giardia duodenalis and Cryptosporidium parvum.
65. A review of the clinical potential of pterostilbene in the prevention and treatment of various medical conditions.
66. An anthocyanin enriched extract of wild Chinese blueberry could effectively protect β-cells against glucolipotoxicity in vitro.
67. Anthocyanin determination in blueberry extracts from various cultivars and their antiproliferative and apoptotic properties in B16-F10 metastatic murine melanoma cells.
68. Blueberries are a good source of anthocyanins which can be used to prevent diseases related to oxidative stress.
69. Blueberry anthocyanins inhibited proliferation and induced apoptosis in oral cancer cells in a dose dependent manner.
70. Blueberry anthocyanins exhibit anticancer and anti-invasive properties in breast cancer cell lines.
71. Blueberry can inhibit colon cancer cell proliferation and induce cell death.
72. Blueberry extract may ameliorate glutamate-induced excitotoxicity.
73. Blueberry Isolate, Pterostilbene, Functions as a Potential Anticancer Stem Cell Agent in Suppressing Irradiation-Mediated Enrichment of Hepatoma Stem Cells.
74. Blueberry polyphenols may reduce neurodegenerative diseases.
75. Fruits and vegetables protect against the genotoxicity of heterocyclic aromatic amines activated by human xenobiotic-metabolizing enzymes expressed in immortal mammalian cells.
76. In this review we presented an overview of functional foods and ingredients efficient for HCV [hepatitis C virus] infection, the chemical structural characteristics of oligomeric proanthocyanidin, and its action mechanism.
77. Proanthocyanidin from blueberry leaves suppresses expression of hepatitis C virus RNA.
78. Pterostilbene protects human cornea from hyperosmolarity-induced inflammation and oxidative stress.
79. Strawberries, blueberries, and cranberries may have therapeutic value in metabolic syndrome.
80. The dual antibacterial and anti-inflammatory action of lowbush blueberry polyphenols suggests that they may be promising candidates for novel therapeutic agents.
81. These results suggest that the three berry extracts [Blueberry, Raspberry, Strawberry] exert potent antimicrobial effects and inhibit the expression of the virulence factors of V. cholerae.*

On 5/7/2016 Stephen said...

I ordered blueberry extract for it's positive effects on cognitive ability (1). I mix it with whey protein isolate, cocoa and coffee powder in a blender bottle and it complements the taste berry well ;-) The blueberry powder is finely ground, and a dark shade of blue with no other debris. Very high quality. what else can I say, I have been taking it for a week now and while I do not feel much different, I hope in the long run it will help me. I definitely recommend you try this if you want a supplement that actually tastes nice.


On 5/7/2016 Alexander said...

Amazing Power Berry!
I graciously received a free sample to review. I have since ordered a bigger package. Dietitians will say that blueberry supplements cannot replace the nutritional value of whole blueberries, but adding Blueberry Extract to juice or a smoothie offers complementary health benefits year-round. For me, that's where BS comes in to play. I have a blueberry patch of several different varieties in my garden, but through the late fall, winter, & spring months I will now be able reap the many benefits of blueberry power! James Joseph, PhD, lead scientist in the Laboratory of Neuroscience at the USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University, calls the blueberry “the brain berry.”[ From: ] The following are just a few attributes of this wonderful berry; Resveratrol, Gallic acid, Lutein, Potassium, Zeaxanthin, Vitamin K,Vitamin C, Manganese.

Of all the nutritional components of the blueberry, gallic acid stands out for a couple reasons. One, most people have never heard of it, and it is definitely worthy of mention. Second, it has been thoroughly researched. At the point of writing this article, almost 6,500 peer-reviewed scientific articles referenced gallic acid, so it’s safe to assume that the health claims laid out here are anything but “experimental.” Third, as the research indicates, gallic acid is a powerful antifungal/antiviral agent and is an extremely effective antioxidant. This combination makes gallic acid-rich foods like blueberries a natural medicine powerhouse. [from:]. Thank you BS for your commitment to quality w/no fillers, binders, or additives!

On 4/28/2016 Denise said...

Blueberry's for the Win
I ordered this supplement for overall health. Being a fitness nerd I knew that it would help with cholesterol (which is a big issue with my family), and it also helps with promoting urinary health and prevention which helps any man or woman. Cholesterol is nothing to joke with any more now these days. I just add 800mg to my protein shakes in the morning before work. I noticed it is a little hard to blend together when just used in a shaker but in a blend you cannot even tell its there. Highly recommend. *

On 4/25/2016 Tyler said...

Blueberry's for the Win
I ordered this supplement for overall health. Being a fitness nerd I knew that it would help with cholesterol (which is a big issue with my family), and it also helps with promoting urinary health and prevention which helps any man or woman. Cholesterol is nothing to joke with any more now these days. I just add 800mg to my protein shakes in the morning before work. I noticed it is a little hard to blend together when just used in a shaker but in a blend you cannot even tell its there. Highly recommend. *

On 4/25/2016 Tyler said...

Grape seed extract-will buy again
Mixes well will my morning drink. No ill taste. Very high quality product. I have noticed improved circulation after two weeks of use in my hands and feet.*

On 4/21/2016 James said...

Blueberry 4:1 Extract
I bought Blueberry extract for its benefits. I am concerned with my cardiovascular health, Alzheimer's prevention and cancer concerns.
After reading the reviews, I didn't expect this extract to taste like fresh blueberries and it didn't. I got it for the benefits of its flavonoids and pterostilbene content. Personally, I dissolve it in water and add stevia and erythritol to taste...not bad at all! *

On 4/9/2016 Phil said...

Very concentrated
This is a very concentrated powder...easy to dissolve.*

On 4/5/2016 Delia said...

Good product
I like this powder, it is easily dissolved and the taste is fine. It is far less expensive than buying fresh blueberries.*

On 3/29/2016 Patricia said...

Blueberry Extract
This is a great product, mixes very well and doesn't have a strong taste.
Blueberry supplementation can have a positive impact on heart health. When LDL or bad cholesterol becomes oxidized, it goes into the lining of your arteries where it attracts other cells, platelets and fats. As these particles build up on the lining of the arteries they can cause hardening and form a blockage which reduces blood flow to areas of the body, including the brain and the heart, leading to heart disease. Researchers at Oklahoma State University, reporting in the September 2010 "Journal of Nutrition," report that supplementing with a blueberry extract powder lowers the amount of oxidized LDL circulating in the bloodstream, which lowers the risk of heart disease. They also report that blueberry supplementation lowered diastolic and systolic blood pressure, another measure for heart disease and stroke risk.
I mix a teaspoon along with my powdered Vitamin C, BCAAS and a B Complex powder into a 1/2 gallon jug of Crystal Light flavored water and sip it throughout the day. *

On 3/21/2016 Tod said...

Blueberry extract
I'm so happy I tried this, what a great value. What a beautiful deep blue color, mixes well in my shake. Had a question with why the bag wouldn't reseal, customer service had the perfect answer which solved the problem. A great part of my antioxidant protocol. A huge bang for the buck. *

On 3/14/2016 david said...

Mixability could be improved
The mixabilty of this product could be improved. The taste was fine when mixed with Cranberry juice. I did find that if i mixed the powder with my citralline powder the mixability improved 200 to 300 percent and it was then rather easy to mix.*

On 3/8/2016 Thomas said...

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